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tantrum
American English: /ˈtæntrəm/
British English: /ˈtantrəm/

Translation of tantrum in Spanish:

noun

  • Jack had o threw a (temper) tantrum
    a Jack le dio un berrinche or [colloquial] una pataleta
    Jack hizo un berrinche (Mexico)
    Example sentences
    • Fortunately the tantrum induced by this frustration made him sleepy and pretty soon he conked out.
    • The first time I ate there my husband's young nephew threw a tantrum.
    • In fact, they describe him as an extremely driven character prone to mood swings and temper tantrums as much as euphoria.

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